Sandy joined the University of Warwick in August 2007 as a Principal Research Fellow and Learning Programme Manager supporting the work of the NHS Centre for Involvement's (NCI) Research and Evidence and the Learning and Support Domains. Prior to this she was a Lecturer in Nurse Education at the University of Birmingham. She researched in the area of patient and public involvement (PPI) in the NHS and developed, implemented and evaluated learning and support PPI material for both NHS and Social Care staff and Citizens (patients, carers and the public). Sandy's PhD is on the lay persectives of mental health and has over 15 years experience of working and researching in the field of PPI.
Sandy's role within the NHS Centre for Involvement is to contribute to and provide support to the strategic development for Research and Learning and to Lead on the operational aspects of these Domains. She has line-management responsibility for the staff within these Domains and manages the relevant budgets. She works across the NCI with other Domains (including Organisational Development and Communications - PPIX and PCX community websites) identifying and developing evidence to support their work. Sandy supervises both University of Warwick and 'external' MPhil/PhD students.
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